Medical Students Mobilize Swiftly to Organize Donations of Protective Equipment
March 28th, 2020
Capitol Hill Advocacy Day, or Hill Day for short, gives Georgetown medical students the chance to speak with congressional members as advocates of health-related legislation that supports marginalized and vulnerable patient populations.
Guided by the Jesuit tradition of cura personalis, care of the whole person, Georgetown University School of Medicine educates a diverse student body to become knowledgeable, ethical, skillful, and compassionate physicians and biomedical scientists who are dedicated to the care of others and to the health needs of our society.
Since 1851, Georgetown University School of Medicine has been instructing the world’s future doctors with a commitment to education intrinsic to our values and Jesuit tradition. Learn more about our admissions process, dual degree programs and concentrations.
The School of Medicine curriculum trains medical students within three domains: knowledge, skill & values and attitudes. Throughout their course of study and training, Georgetown students are challenged to achieve their personal potential. Learn more about our curriculum.
There are several programs offered through the School of Medicine, such as the GEMS program, which provides learning opportunities for students from underrepresented populations, and the Mini Medical School Program, a community outreach program for residents of the Washington Metropolitan area. Learn more about our special programs and offerings.
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